Tuesday, January 17, 2012

New Justification Book Printing.
UOJ Conference and Emmanus Conference Warning

Luther versus the UOJ Pietists: Justification by Faith.
Last year we printed a large number of Luther versus the UOJ Pietists for the Emmaus Conference. All the books were given away and widely appreciated. Many laity did not know they were supposedly born forgiven, as the falseholds of UOJ declare without shame.

 The new version will have sections on Walther/Stephan (the Pietist connection) and Samuel Huber - the post-Concord heresy adopted by the Synodical Conference.

 There is a special from Lulu which is over on Friday, so the new version will be ready and printed in time for the conference. I am ordering 50 copies, which will cost only about $350 shipped. The new version will also be made available as a free PDF. Contributions toward this printing will be appreciated. As Jack Preus said about Lutheran book writing, "Don't quit your day job."

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Jay Webber quotes the Pietist Rambach with approval,
Jay is also a Tom Hardt UOJ fan.


bruce-church (https://bruce-church.myopenid.com/) has left a new comment on your post "Calov, Gerhard, and Quenstedt: Are These Men Addre...":

Samuel Huber (1547‐1624) has been the UOJer's alibi man ever since 1870. The reason the terms OJ and UOJ are allegedly not found in the Orthodox theologians is Huber made the terms radioactive even though Luther and the Orthodox theologians all supposedly believed in UOJ. What a bunch of bunk!

http://ichabodthegloryhasdeparted.blogspot.com/2011/01/wels-bourman-uoj.html

Schmidt states that old dogmaticians didn’t often speak of universal, objective justification because of Huber who taught “that God had not only justified all men already, but had also elected them to eternal life” (21).

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Another UOJ Stormtrooper will show up to speak at the Ft. Wayne Conference -


Lutheran Confessions Symposium:
Justification in a Contemporary Context

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

1:30 p.m.“The Doctrine of Justification after Google”Dr. Lawrence R. Rast, Jr.Sihler Auditorium
2:45 p.m.“Evangelicals and Lutherans on Justification: Similarities and Differences”Dr. Scott R. MurraySihler Auditorium
3:45 p.m.“From Schleiermacher to Ritschl: An Overview of the Doctrine of Justification in the 19th Century”Dr. Naomichi MasakiSihler Auditorium
5:00 p.m.Choral VespersKramer Chapel
6:15 p.m.DinnerKatherine Luther Dining Hall

Thursday, January 19, 2012

8:30 a.m.“The New Perspective on Paul: Justification and Its Interpretation of Luther”Dr. Erik M. HeenSihler Auditorium
10:00 a.m.ChapelKramer Chapel
10:30 a.m.Coffee BreakStudent Commons
11:15 a.m.“Justification: Jesus vs. Paul”Dr. David P. ScaerSihler Auditorium
12:15 p.m.LunchKatherine Luther Dining Hall
1:45 p.m.“A Catholic Perspective on the Joint Declaration of the Doctrine of Justification”Dr. Christopher J. MalloySihler Auditorium
2:45 p.m.“Justification in the Finnish Luther School”Dr. Gordon L. IsaacSihler Auditorium
3:45 p.m.Panel Discussion: Similarities and Dissimilarities on Justification: Comparing Reformation Era and Contemporary ViewsSihler Auditorium
4:45 p.m.Vespers and Organ RecitalMr. Timothy Spelbring, OrganistKramer Chapel
5:30 p.m.ReceptionStudent Commons
6:30 p.m.BanquetKatherine Luther Dining Hall

Friday, January 20, 2012

9:00 a.m.“The Eucharistic Prayer and Justification”Prof. Roland ZieglerSihler Auditorium
10:00 a.m.“Atonement and Justification in the Theology of Gerhard Forde: A Contemporary Context”Dr. Jack D. KilcreaseSihler Au

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